On Wed, 3 Nov 2004, Jindrich Marek wrote:
> Sebastian Rahtz napsal(a):
> > If I removed Moodle, KOffice, and TeX, I'd have space. after that, it
> > turns into personal preference.
> In my opinion these programs are not so important for TEI-ing - maybe
> except TeX. (In my localization I must use special customization of TeX,
> csTeX, so TeX is not important for me but I'm not sure about others.)
I'm guilty of suggesting that Sebastian include KOffice on the CD. This
was because the CD is also used to demonstrate Open Source software and
solutions to people, and the one thing that most people *think* they
need is a joined-up office suite. I would have much prefered openoffice
myself. I don't think linux without an office suite wins many converts
from those not likely to try it anyways.
> Yes - if the question is: "Is this TEI-Knoppix so important and useful
> for you?", then the answer is "Yes, it is. (Because od easy
> use/installation.) But I need some more information about using it."
> I.e. how to handle a TEI-like document in TEI-Knoppix-Emacs. How should
> its head look like (if the reference to DTD should refer to local system
> or it could be PUBLIC because of present (e)catalog etc.).
Maybe any space left on the CD should be filled with TEI training
materials as they are developed.
Dr James Cummings, Oxford Text Archive, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk